British traditional singers John Roberts and Tony Barrand, along with Jeff Warner, Susan Warner and Davey Jones, sing sea shanties and tell stories of the Atlantic sailing packets of the late nineteenth century at WBAI's Free Music Store in Prospect Park, Brooklyn. WBAI's Barbara Oka introduces the program. Part 1 of this recording features the group performing Across the western ocean, New York girls, Eliza Lee, The Black ball line, The crayfish, The dreadnaught, The lowlands low, The flying cloud, Spanish ladies, The black cook, and Rolling home. Produced and recorded in stereo by WBAI's Music Department on July 9, 1972. This recording was originally cataloged as BC0709.24A.
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John Roberts, Performer; Tony Barrand, Performer; Jeff Warner, Performer; Susan Warner, Performer; Davey Jones, Performer; Barbara Oka, Host;